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Professor of Economics Bart Hobijn provided the outlook for the national and global economies at the 56th Annual ASU Economic Forecast Luncheon on Dec. 11, 2019, at the Phoenix Convention Center.

He joined the W. P. Carey Economics Department at Arizona State University in summer 2015. He is an applied macroeconomist, whose special interests are technological progress and economic growth, price measurement, and labor market dynamics. Prior to joining ASU, Hobijn worked in the Economic Research departments of the Federal Reserve Banks of San Francisco and New York. He has also taught classes at U.C. Berkeley, City University of New York, INSEAD, New York University, and VU University Amsterdam, in the Netherlands.

He serves as a member of the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ technical advisory committee. He completed his PhD in economics at New York University and his MS in econometrics at Erasmus University Rotterdam in The Netherlands.

His research has been published in several of the leading academic journals in economics, including the American Economic Review, Quarterly Journal of Economics, and Journal of Monetary Economics. He has more than 60 publications and more than 6,000 citations on Google Scholar.

Professor of Economics Bart Hobijn provided the outlook for the national and global economies at the 56th Annual ASU Economic Forecast Luncheon on Dec. 11, 2019, at the Phoenix Convention Center.

He joined the W. P. Carey Economics Department at Arizona State University in summer 2015. He is an applied macroeconomist, whose special interests are technological progress and economic growth, price measurement, and labor market dynamics. Prior to joining ASU, Hobijn worked in the Economic Research departments of the Federal Reserve Banks of San Francisco and New York. He has also taught classes at U.C. Berkeley, City University of New York, INSEAD, New York University, and VU University Amsterdam, in the Netherlands.

He serves as a member of the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ technical advisory committee. He completed his PhD in economics at New York University and his MS in econometrics at Erasmus University Rotterdam in The Netherlands.

His research has been published in several of the leading academic journals in economics, including the American Economic Review, Quarterly Journal of Economics, and Journal of Monetary Economics. He has more than 60 publications and more than 6,000 citations on Google Scholar.

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